• Safe Deposit Center Bellevue, Washington 98005
  • Safe Deposit Center Bellevue, Washington 98005

Welcome to Safe Deposit Center!

Our business is based on security, safety and privacy.

Banks are not the only providers of safe deposit boxes. Safe Deposit Center provides more tha just a safe deposit box - we are a private company, not required to report to any government agency about our clients. What you store is your business. You have the only keys and no one but you - or your authorized agents - have access to your box.

Sizes

Boxes from 5"x10"x18" to 22"x36"x50" - Unlimited Open Vault Storage

Privacy

You can choose to be as anonymous as you wish. We do need some information, so we can contact you about your account and collect payment, but we don't ask for your social security number. Our system is set up to keep your information private. Unlike banks, we have no mandatory reporting requirements.

Security

Our facility is a literal concrete vault, built into the side of a hill, with an 18,000 lbs vault door. We use a state-of-the-art biometric system to ensure only verified clients can access the vault. Our offices and lobby, outside the vault, are equipped with motion detectors and camera security, and are monitored 24/7.

What To Store


A safe deposit box is a great place for anything irreplaceable - personal documents, collectibiles, family heirlooms - or of exceptionable monetary value. We have space to accommodate any size of artwork. Our secure firearms program enables you to place your collection in an ideal environment.

However, you shouldn't store items you might need on short notice or in an emergency, such as passports, medical directives or durable powers of attorney, health care proxies and revocable living wills. We do offer emergency service after-hours but can't guarantee our response will meet your needs.

More than one person can have access on your account, with your approval. If there are no secondary users of your account, you can provide us with a list of persons you authorize to access your safe deposit box in the event of your demise.